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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

Cachet Estate Homes’ exciting new communities in Cambridge and Bradford

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Cachet Estate Homes’ exciting new communities in Cambridge and Bradford

The Cachet Group of Companies has earned an enviable reputation as the developer and builder of master-planned communities across Southern Ontario. It’s a reputation built on an unrelenting commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care. Cachet believes three symbiotically interconnected principles explain its ongoing success: Integrity, vision and execution.

Cachet Estate Homes brings these principles to two exciting new communities, Myers Manor in Cambridge and Cachet Bradford.


Myers Manor in Cambridge; artist's concept.
Myers Manor in Cambridge; artist’s concept.

Cachet Estate Homes is proud to introduce Myers Manors, a limited collection of single-family homes on 36-foot lots nested in a beautiful private enclave. Stunning architecture meets exquisite designer interiors in this enclave within an established Cambridge community, located on Myers Road west of Branchton Road.

Live where highways and GO Transit crisscross through a natural landscape dotted with convenient shops, quaint cafés, excellent schools and family-oriented community centres. Spend your days relaxing at nearby parks, go for a stroll through lush nature trails, or simply unwind in the comfort of your beautiful home. Whatever your lifestyle, enjoy the culture and convenience of Cambridge, an established community known for its friendly neighbourhoods and impressive innovation.

Myers Manors will offer 12 contemporary style homes to choose from. The Knoll model is a 3,142-square-foot family home featuring nine-foot ceilings on the main level, four bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, walk-in closets, a second-floor laundry room and so much more. These executive single-family homes are priced from the low $700,000s.

Myers Manors – Register online for this incredible new community in Cambridge.

Cachet Bradford; artist's concept.
Cachet Bradford; artist’s concept.


Welcome to a community inspired by tradition and family values. Enjoy living just moments from the Bradford GO Transit station, Highway 400, schools, shopping and the natural beauty of the Holland Marsh.

Cachet Bradford will be a community of two- and three-storey executive freehold townhomes featuring contemporary designs and unparalleled craftsmanship. One extraordinary two-storey townhome is the Peacock, one of the eight designs that make up the Cachet Bradford neighbourhood.

The Peacock features open-concept living spaces, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, four bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, walk-in closets and much more. The elegant freehold townhomes, which range in size up to 3,085 square feet, start from the mid $500,000s.

Cachet Bradford – Go online to register for a priority preview of these executive freehold townhomes.

Visit Cachet Estate Homes online to learn more about all of its great communities.


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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

Its reputation is built on commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care

The Cachet Group of Companies has earned an enviable reputation as the developer and builder of master-planned communities across Southern Ontario. It’s a reputation built on an unrelenting commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care. Cachet believes three symbiotically interconnected principles explain its ongoing success: Integrity, vision and execution.

Cachet has provided thousands of families exceptional homes in dozens of communities across the GTA and Southwestern Ontario for almost 40 years.


Nestled in the heart of wine country, experience an intimate family community, rich in small-town charm and connected to major highways, GO Transit, local amenities and the good life.

The final phase of this successful community, Cachet Beamsville includes single-family homes up to 2,985 square feet priced from the high $500,000s, and charming two-storey townhomes up to 1,850 square feet starting in the mid $400,000s.


Live your dream in the quaint, charming and scenic beauty of the Grand River. Cachet Estate Homes will release a limited collection of spacious 40-foot single-family homes this fall. Immerse yourself in the small-town charm and beauty of the meadows, trails and rolling landscapes of Grand Valley.

The final release of Cachet Grand Valley is coming soon to this successful community, just 15 minutes from Orangeville and 35 minutes from Brampton. Elegant single-family two-storey homes and bungalows, up to 2,813 square feet, are priced from $559,990.


Welcome to a community inspired by tradition and family values. Enjoy living just moments from the Bradford GO Transit station, Highway 400, schools, shopping and the natural beauty of the Holland Marsh.

Cachet Bradford will be a community of executive freehold townhomes featuring contemporary designs and unparalleled craftsmanship, a hallmark of Cachet Estate Homes.

Register now for your exclusive Priority Preview of the elegant freehold two-storey and three-storey townhomes, up to 3,085 square feet and starting from the mid $500,000s.


Just moments from GO Transit station, highways, shops, cafés, parks and nature trails, discover Myers Manors in Cambridge. It will be a limited collection of executive single-family homes up to 3,424 square feet starting from the low $700,000s.


Cachet Orangeville is a very successful master-planned community. Discover this exciting new release of Edwardian and Victorian Village Towns, up to 2,055 square feet and priced from $499,990.

Cachet Estate Homes and Cachet Developments have a track record of ongoing sustained achievement. Among their many awards, they have been recognized with the Building Industry and Land Development Association’s Home Builder of the Year Award. It’s the industry’s award of distinction, honouring the recipient’s dedication to quality, service and customer commitment.


Visit Cachet Estate Homes online to register for priority previews, find Presentation Centre information and learn more about all of its great communities.



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Editor's Choice: National Homes

Editor’s Choice: National Homes

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Editor’s Choice: National Homes

Two exciting new home communities appeal to two different lifestyles

Whether you crave a lifestyle away from the city bustle, steeped in small-town charm and rural landscapes, or living in a dynamic, diverse city, National Homes can meet your needs.

The award-winning builder will launch two new communities this spring, including single-detached homes in Phase 2 of The Forest in picturesque Bradford West Gwillimbury and Station Town in desirable Markham.


Station Town will bring 85 townhouses to a prime location at Castlemore Avenue and Markham Road (Highway 48), just a five minute walk from the Mount Joy GO Transit train station and close to big box retailers such as Home Depot and The Brick, parks and schools. On weekends, it’s an easy stroll to historic Downtown Markham with its quaint cobblestone streets, boutique shops and restaurants. Enjoy farmers’ markets, trails and parks, sports facilities, theatres and art galleries.

Markham, with a population of more than 350,000, is Canada’s high-tech capital and 10,400 companies and 400 head offices are located there. The city is a leader in sustainability and protection of the environment is a priority.

The townhouses provide the opportunity to experience all this thriving community has to offer and will give homeowners the option to work from home with live/work floorplans.


Looking for a quieter setting close to nature? The Forest Phase 2 in Bradford West Gwillimbury, just north of Newmarket in Simcoe County, offers homebuyers the opportunity to experience life in a charming community that honours its rural roots while embracing a modern lifestyle.

Bradford West Gwillimbury was the second-fastest growing municipality in Ontario, according to the 2016 census, speaking to its desirability as a place to live. It remains more affordable than other municipalities to the south, yet its access to Highway 400 makes travelling to either the GTA or cottage country easy.

A new model home has been decorated by Pottery Barn, the popular home decor retailer. The Forest buyers will receive a discount for Pottery Barn and can participate in a Pottery Barn decor workshop.

Phase 2 will include 49 detached homes on 36- and 40-foot lots with double-car garages and up to five bedrooms, with some backing onto the forest. True to its slogan, “You are the Blueprint.” National Homes has incorporated features in Phase 2 based on feedback from a workshop where a number of purchasers and prospective purchasers gave their input on their ideal home. Those features on buyers’ wish lists included open-concept main floorplans, serveries, and benches in the mudroom.

Founded in 1992, National Homes has grown into one of the GTA’s most successful and respected homebuilders with more than 5,000 homes in its portfolio. The company designs its homes from the inside out based on the needs of buyers and feedback gathered from customers and focus groups.

Station Town
The Forest

Go online to find out more about these two exciting coming communities and other National Homes’ projects.



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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: National Homes

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Blueprint Workshop revolutionizes new home consumer research

As its slogan “You are the Blueprint” attests, National Homes takes homebuyer feedback seriously when planning its homes and communities.

Always an industry innovator, the company has now revolutionized the concept of traditional focus groups and consumer research with the National Homes Blueprint Workshop, a ground-breaking event that explored how homeowners feel about their homes, how they live in them, and what type of design, features and technology they believe will improve their lives.

The January Blueprint Workshop brought together creative design thinkers with dozens of past and potential future National Homes buyers of varied ages and demographics. They gathered in the IBM Innovation Space at Venture Labs in Markham, along with National Homes staff, designers, architects, engineers and partner leaders for a THINKTANK dedicated to new homes. Students from York University’s Schulich School of Business real estate master’s program also participated.

They broke into four small groups with partner leaders to engage in discussions, presentations and interviews. IBM helped to design and facilitate the workshop.

When IBM’s expertise in human-centred design indicates that the conversation is less about features and functions, and more about users and outcomes, businesses are more successful. It’s about understanding what matters to clients, how they see the world and getting to know them.

“With a typical focus group, people are sitting behind a screen or mirror with a facilitator and it’s structured,” says Deena Pantalone, director of marketing innovation and managing partner for National Homes. “This was more relaxed and comfortable. Rather than asking things such as, ‘Which interior finish do you like,’ we discussed generally how it feels to live in a house.”

The workshop’s purpose was to provide in-depth insight into homebuyers’ needs and desires, to further research and development efforts to position National Homes as a builder that values innovation and is responsive to its customers.

The day delved into the homeowner experience beyond bricks and mortar, explored new technology and time-saving solutions, as well as how to make the homebuying experience unique. It explored the idea of community, looking not just solely at homeowners’ needs, but what their parents and children might need as well.

Participants were selected based on responses to a survey sent to registrants from National Homes’ communities, along with current homeowners.

Partner leaders included Karl Vredenburg, Director IBM Design Worldwide Client Programs and head of IBM Studios Canada; Professor James McKellar, Associate Dean External Relations and Director of the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure at the Schulich School of Business; Raphael Wong and Matt Lennan of ThoughtWire, a leading Canadian digital intelligence company; Jenna Zaza of The Interactive Abode, a technology company that allows purchasers to virtually decorate their new homes and make finishing selections online; Jason Disher, Logan Stewart, Tyler Balding and Yonnas Tecle of Panasonic, a company that makes state-of-theart home products; and Bob Storey, Andreas C. Leuth and Greg Jefferies of Sto Canada Ltd., a leader in high-performance building cladding options.

“Innovation has always been a staple of our corporate foundation,” says Pantalone. “I’ve travelled to leading international cities where this type of research is being carried out. We want to anticipate homeowner problems and provide solutions by thinking ahead. We want to provide futuristic homes that are affordable.”

Workshop participants got a glimpse into some of the future possibilities. For example, ThoughtWire has changed the way people act with their built environment with its software. It has played a transformative role in digitizing healthcare facilities, speeding up workflow and improving patient experience with automation and real-time interactions between medical staff, systems and devices. For instance, patients can control the temperature in their rooms, medical personnel get real-time patient information on their devices and elevators can be programmed so food carts delivering patient meals won’t be delayed. Some of this technology can be adapted for residential use.

Panasonic might be best known for home entertainment products in Canada, but the company has a comprehensive lineup of home-related products and builds entire new home communities in Japan. Participants learned about the Shimau Principle – the art of space and harmony where everything is in its rightful place. Panasonic offers comprehensive storage and organization solutions. Developed in Japan, where people live in smaller spaces, the solutions are a great fit for condos — or any home — as many homeowners do not utilize space to its best advantage.

Attendees got to see, touch and feel EcoShapes from Sto Canada, a product that has been used in Europe for more than 30 years but is new to Canada. It reduces energy costs, provides a higher R-value and reduces the home’s carbon footprint. Sto’s forward-thinking products contribute to creating a superior energy-efficient home.

Zaza, founder of The Interactive Abode, explained how pop culture, online sites and TV shows inspired development of her interactive software that allows purchasers the time to research and make decisions about their new home selections from the comfort of their own homes. It uses photo-realistic renderings to take the guesswork out of decisions between standard or upgrade options and allows buyers to visualize how colour selections and finishes will look in their new residence. Zaza says in the last five years, sales centres have incorporated software that helps with homebuying, but the process was lacking in the design studio. Zaza brought four laptops for workshop participants to try the online design studio for themselves.

Pantalone is excited about the possibilities the Blueprint Workshop offered and sees this as the springboard for more collaborative sessions with homeowners and other partners to transform the builder-buyer relationship.

“Our slogan, ‘You Are the Blueprint,’ means something to us as a company,” she said. “This will allow us to take our relationship with our purchasers to a whole new level and create a more meaningful buying and living experience for them.”

National Homes looks forward to offering some of their latest “bright ideas” at upcoming new home communities in 2018 and 2019 including Markham, Bradford, Brampton, Courtice and Burlington.

National Homes returns to Bradford with Phase 2 of The Forest, featuring elegant homes and stunning architecture.
National Homes returns to Bradford with Phase 2 of The Forest, featuring elegant homes and stunning architecture.


Visit National Homes online for more information and to register for previews before the public openings in communities in Markham, Bradford, Brampton, Courtice and Burlington.



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Local Focus: Bradford West Gwillimbury & New Tecumseth

Local Focus: Bradford West Gwillimbury & New Tecumseth

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Local Focus: Bradford West Gwillimbury & New Tecumseth

by Gale Beeby

A slower pace of life, lots of countryside, quality produce and fresh air are the main attractions


Primarily an agriculture area with a rich history of grist and lumber mills, the area has seen a recent growth spurt, mainly because of the province’s restrictions for building on the greenbelt. All the towns and villages have wonderful heritage homes, and the new offerings run the gamut from condos and townhouses to detached master-planned communities and large estate homes. To see a list of new homes for sale in these two communities please click on the links below.


One of Bradford West Gwillimbury‘s most famous historical landmarks is the Village Inn Hotel, which opened in the 1900s. It was designed by E.J. Lennox, one of Toronto’s foremost architects, who also built Toronto’s Old City Hall, the West Wing of the Ontario Legislature and the King Edward Hotel.

In New Tecumseth, the Museum on the Boyne features a 1914 Agricultural Fair building, an 1851 log cabin and a 1858 English barn. The Gibson Centre in Alliston offers a variety of live performances throughout the year. The restoration of the birthplace of Sir Frederick Banting (who co-won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1928) at the 107-acre farm at what is now 5116 Sir Frederick Banting Road, has been undertaken by the town with private donations.


The area is serviced by many double-lane highways which connect to Highway 400 to the west and Highway 404 to the east. Public transit, however, is very limited. GO Transit runs bus and train service through the area, taking commuters north to Barrie and south to Toronto.


Parks, waterways and recreational facilities abound in the region. The Scanlon Creek Conservation Area allows visitors to explore forests, marshlands and glacial erratics via its 10-kilometre trail system that winds its way through the 750-acre property. The region also boasts several golf courses, cycling trails, skiing, fishing and snowmobiling.

In Bradford West Gwillimbury, there are 20 parks totalling 100 acres to enjoy with picnic areas, pathways, play areas, basketball courts, baseball diamonds, soccer pitches, tennis courts and ice skating facilities.

New Tecumseth is closing the gap in the Trans Canada Trail between the Town of Innisfil and the Town of Caledon. The Tottenham Conservation Area boasts 41 acres of prime parkland, a magnificent pond with a large sandy beach, picnic areas and camping areas. While there you can fish, walk the nature trails, canoe or kayak, or play beach volleyball.


Oh the joy of a stroll through a historic Ontario town, where the stores offer unique crafts, interesting gourmet delights and amazing boutiques, restaurants and cafés, where quality rules over quantity. The farmers’ markets in the Holland Marsh are the ultimate in fresh and flavourful. However, if it is a big mall, outlet shopping or big box stores you’re after, you’ll have to go to Newmarket or Barrie … or Toronto.


Bradford West Gwillimbury population: 35,325

New Tecumseth population: 34,250

Bradford West Gwillimbury walk score: 37

New Tecumseth walk score: 37




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Editor's Choice: Rosehaven Homes

Editor’s Choice: Rosehaven Homes

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At 25, Rosehaven is just getting started

At the beginning of Rosehaven Homes’ 25th anniversary year, they vowed this would be its best year yet. With the year only halfway through, the trusted builder looks like it is on track to achieve just that.

Rosehaven could have looked back in pride. After all, since their first community opened in Waterdown in 1992, Rosehaven has built over 6,000 homes in many inspired new home communities all over Southern Ontario. They’ve received numerous awards and been recognized for excellence at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. With one of the highest repeat buyer rates, the builder has proven they build customer satisfaction.

But resting on past achievements is simply not the Rosehaven way. Continually striving for excellence, Rosehaven Homes offers something for everyone. This year’s incredibly successful new releases in Stoney Creek, Ancaster and Brampton are proof that at 25, Rosehaven is just getting started.

Rosehaven launched Phase 2 at On The Ridge in Stony Creek and sold out of all the townhomes over one weekend. These newly designed freehold townhomes were clearly exactly what buyers wanted; terrific, high-quality homes in a vibrant neighbourhood near shopping, dining, entertainment, parks and trails.

The new release of stunning singles, semis and towns at Tiffany Hill in Ancaster also sold out in under a week. Buyers had been eagerly awaiting this new release in a lovely, established, family-friendly neighbourhood, and homes were quickly snapped up.

And to top that off, a new phase of singles and towns was released at The Neighborhoods of Mount Pleasant. This release was also much anticipated and the singles sold out in just a few days.

Rosehaven Homes’ first foray into the Burlington condo market is another triumph. Released in 2016, Affinity West is already the fastest selling midrise in Burlington’s Aldershot neighbourhood. Affinity West is 90 per cent sold and Affinity East just opened, offering new designs and larger suites from one-bedroom up to two-bedroom plus formal dining room, ranging in size from 585 up to 1,272 square feet. The Presentation Centre is located at 348 Plains Road East in Aldershot.

Rosehaven will take a pause to celebrate 25 years of building on July 10. The second half of Rosehaven’s anniversary year gets underway after that and it promises to be equally busy, with a number of new releases coming this fall and late 2017.

Those buyers who missed out on the recent releases will be excited to hear that On The Ridge returns this fall to Stoney Creek. The first launch will be offering freehold towns and semis, and will be followed later in the year with 40- and 35-foot singles.

Tiffany Hill in Ancaster just gets better because everything about this desirable neighborhood has been planned with a sense of community in mind. Rosehaven’s next release will feature 45- and 40-foot singles, freehold towns and condo towns in this “country-chic” community traced with parks and trails, woodlands and waterfalls.

Also coming later this fall is more of what Brampton buyers love at The Neighbourhoods of Mount Pleasant. A new release of singles and towns with stone, brick and stucco exteriors are coming to this popular community of beautiful homes.

With a new highrise condo in the planning stages for Grimsby, new singles and towns coming to North Oakville, a new release coming soon to Anchor Woods in Holland Landing and Dreamfields in Bradford, this is clearly going to be a year to remember for Rosehaven Homes and their delighted new homebuyers.


To stay up to date on all current and coming communities, register online at RosehavenHomes.com.


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GTA grows but housing supply dwindles

GTA grows but housing supply dwindles

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GTA grows but housing supply dwindles

by Bryan Tuckey

More than 35 million people now call Canada home, data released by Statistics Canada last week suggests. That’s five per cent growth since 2011 — the highest rate of growth among G7 countries.

About two-thirds of our population increase was from immigration, says Statistics Canada. Many newcomers settle in the GTA, which sees a net migration of 100,000 people each and every year.

None of the census data is surprising. A lot of the overall growth in the GTA was outside of Toronto in surrounding municipalities such as Brampton, Milton and Bradford West Gwillimbury.

Toronto itself also saw significant growth, especially downtown near the lakeshore between the Don and Humber Rivers, and along the Yonge subway corridor. These are areas that have seen significant condominium construction in the last decade as our industry complies with the province’s intensification policy.

The development and home building industry is highly regulated; we don’t just build what and where we want to. Rather, the policies and plans of multiple levels of government determine how land gets used, and where and how development occurs.

The province’s Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, released in 2006, was designed to move away from the suburban-oriented development pattern that we had been following to more intensive, urban development. The plan mandates development be denser and use less land.

BILD members have become very good at implementing the Growth Plan and have moved from building mainly lowrise homes, such as single-family detached, semi-detached and townhouses, to building at least as many highrise homes.

In 2002, the biggest year ever for new home sales in the GTA, there were 53,660 homes sold, of which 72 per were lowrise and 28 per cent were highrise.

Last year, there were 47,161 new homes sold in the GTA: 62 per cent of them were highrise units and 38 per cent were lowrise homes, according to Altus Group. In fact, 2016 was a record-breaking year, and the 29,186 condo units sold across the GTA were the most ever sold — 30 per cent more than in 2015.

While a lot of the new condo sales were in downtown Toronto, there were also many sold in developments outside of the core. For instance, there were 2,324 new condo units sold in Vaughan last year, according to BILD member Urbanation Inc.

Yet, the number of new condos available for sale across the GTA is at a 10-year low. Based on the current pace of sales, there is only about 4.4 months of condo unit supply, well below the 10 months needed for a balanced market, according to Urbanation, which has been tracking the highrise market since 1981.

Prices for new highrise homes also reached record levels in 2016, averaging $507,128, while average condo suite sizes grew to 826 square feet, and the average price per square foot increased to $614. A year ago, the average price per square foot was $584 while the size of an average suite was 775 square feet.

The lack of supply will lead to a slowdown in sales and Urbanation is predicting only 23,000 new condo unit sales in 2017. That is not nearly enough to meet demand as the region continues to grow.

Bryan Tuckey is president and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (bildgta.ca). Find him at twitter.com/bildgta facebook.com/bildgta and bildblogs.ca.


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Cover Story – Editor’s Choice: Rosehaven Homes

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Is there anything better than being 25?

Actually, it’s just the beginning! This year Rosehaven celebrates its 25th Anniversary and they are going to make it one of the best years ever. Rosehaven has built homes for over 6,000 families so far and has won lots of awards doing it. But, at 25, they are just hitting their stride. So wait until you see what Rosehaven has planned for this year. And the year after. And the year after . . .

The team at Rosehaven is passionate about architecture and design. Great architecture inspires them. Superior construction drives them. At the forefront of innovative design and construction since its inception, Rosehaven Homes has received a long list of rewards for excellence on local, national and world-class levels. Most recently, Rosehaven was happy to be the recipient of the 2016 HERS Award, Home Energy Efficiency Canadian President’s Award for Most Homes Rated HERS 53 or Lower.

You’d expect a 25 year old to be tech savvy. That’s why you’ll see Rosehaven’s online presence moving front and centre with evolving content, including Facebook contests and activities. Never satisfied with riding on the success of the past, Rosehaven is always thinking about how to improve the homebuying experience. The new year will see the launch of their redesigned website with a fresh new look and loads of connectivity so homebuyers can share their dreams and ideas directly with Rosehaven.

After years of planning, Rosehaven will have a number of superb new home communities available for buyers seeking chic designs, enviable amenities and convenient locations in 2017 and beyond.


Rosehaven is very excited to be bringing its first ever highrise condo to Grimsby, steps from the lake and Casablanca Beach, and a new midrise condominium to Hamilton’s downtown.


At On The Ridge, a new release of freehold townhomes is poised a touch above, located high on the Niagara Escarpment where nature is spectacular. Executive singles that are walking distance to the waterfront and next to the Fifty Point Conservation Area and marina, are also coming soon to Lake Pointe at Stoney Creek.


Rosehaven returns to Tiffany Hill in 2017. Buyers will find new singles, semis and freehold townhomes in this established neighbourhood of elegant detached houses on winding streets and quiet crescents.


Rosehaven recently debuted Affinity Condominium in Burlington’s Aldershot neighbourhood, consisting of two contemporary midrise buildings, each with fitness/yoga, party room, rooftop terrace and more.


The Randall Residences, the luxury condominium that was inspired by the timeless elegance of Beaux Arts architecture in Paris, is over 70 per cent sold. These luxury and penthouse suites range in size from 1,807 to over 2,928 square feet and include either private rooftop terraces or access to a common terrace for outdoor entertaining.

Also coming to Oakville in 2017 is a stunning selection of singles and towns at Woodland Trails, located at 6th Line and Burnhamthorpe Road.


Brampton’s Townhaus Collection is almost sold out (only three remain). These stylish, contemporary freehold townhomes are located in Mount Pleasant. Buyers will also find another phase of singles and towns coming to the successful community of Mount Pleasant in 2017.

Just recently released in this sought-after community are three singles, two of Rosehaven’s 45-foot decorated model homes, the Treeline and the Valley Creek, plus its popular 41-foot design the Rollingwood, located on a gorgeous ravine lot with a 69-foot frontage.


Dreamfields in Bradford returns with Phase 4. This fabulous collection of singles and townhomes exudes charm and heritage. With Dreamfields you will find Rosehaven’s exceptional design elements in a dream community, surrounded by incredible golf courses, shopping, parks and more.


The first launch of Anchor Woods was an overwhelming success and Rosehaven is working hard to expedite the next phase in late 2017, which will feature detached, semis and townhomes.


For the past 25 years, Rosehaven has shown a commitment to both timeless architectural elements and luxurious contemporary amenities with attention to detail both inside and out of every property it builds.

Ensuring that homebuyers have an exceptional experience putting their personal touches on their new home is essential. Rosehaven’s Decor Studio in Oakville shows this commitment to style by offering over 3,000 square feet of cutting-edge finishes, gleaming faucets and fixtures, carpets, fireplaces, fine hardwood, gourmet kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms to inspire homeowners. Rosehaven Decor Consultants guide the process of choosing fixtures and finishes to help all homeowners make their Rosehaven home express their unique style.

The upcoming quarter century is sure to bring a future filled with new ideas and bold inspirations for Rosehaven, which is always at the forefront of community building. As Rosehaven looks ahead, it will continue developing new innovations so tomorrow’s families can be proud of what they have accomplished in their Rosehaven home. No matter whether it’s a townhome, semi, single or condo, buyers can always be assured that it is a quality Rosehaven Home.

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